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Now found this hotel, and again it seems I struck gold.
I was in a place called Chur, found some wifi, and had a look at what was about?
Now to say it was a good price, to say I was lucky cos they had only been doing online bookings for 3 days, but best was the ride up, so bendy and now I'm high above the village/town and can't wait for breakfast and the ride down.
Got in the room, made friends with my hosts, had a few ...
Wanted to stop but, the only car park was full, the one street already had four motorbikes parked outside the only pub, and the McDonalds seat was taken, and the local hooker had already pulled the mayor!
Obviously all thats a joke, but I did get through it quite quickly, and wanted to find somewhere to stay.
... We made a quick pitstop to the town of Interlarken which did nothing to change our minds. Lots of shops selling every conceivable brand of Swiss watch. By a stroke of good luck our next destination took us to what we considered to be the real Switzerland, some spectacular scenery in the mountains. We randomly picked a road on the map and found ourselves following the most gorgeous mountain road. It had sweeping bends and some switchbacks and ...
... is by boat, as there are no roads to service the area.
In no time we were back in Zurich. The bus stopped just a few blocks from my hotel. I picked up some takeout for supper and finally had time to FaceTime with my fam before shower and bedtime. Communication should be a bit easier in the next few weeks as I'll have fewer scheduled activities. And school will be out soon too.
Happy Father's Day to my awesome husband and dad (hope you found your way here). Miss you!
... course lots of OMGs! As the pace slowed we were able to enjoy the Swiss alpine scenery - it's just magnificent riding through alpine forests - beautiful scenes around every bend. We'd tackled the hill climbs admirably along roads cut into sheer cliffs and through tunnels. As we approached the top of the last climb the wind picked up dramatically - a severe storm was behind us. We pulled into a cutting and quickly put on the rain gear - ...